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There are many other approaches for helping those with autism. It is only with complete and unbiased information that parents, educators and others who support people on the autism spectrum can make informed decisions on the best approach or combination of methods for educating persons on the autism spectrum. –Stephen M. Shore, EdD

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According to the Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, "There is compelling evidence that intensive behavioral therapy, beginning before age three years of age and targeted toward speech and language development, is successful in improving capacity and later social functioning."


"Throughout this [USAAA] conference, it is our hope that you'll find a balance of concepts and pragmatics, from current protocols to research, including medical/biomedical, developmental, and behavioral realms, right down to tools that you can use immediately to begin or add to those needed for your journey."
- Phillip C. DeMio, MD, parent, USAAA Chief Medical Officer (comments during a recent USAAA conference on the availability of interventions and therapies and balancing the many options during your "journey".


 

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